Popular Tanzanian actor, Mwijaku spelled doom on Tanasha Donna and Diamond Platnumz’ relationship which many claim is on the rocks.
According to the actor and radio personality, Diamond will leave Tanasha and hop onto another woman…and on and on and on.., until he is content to settle.
‘Diamond marrying Tanasha will be a miracle. For two major reasons he is not done roaming around.
He has around five more years.
Tanasha will leave and someone will come and that person will also leave.’
He however went to defend Diamond stating
‘That is not a sin as he is still young and is allowed to do so.’
Diamond and Tanasha recently released a new song ‘Gere’, partly the lyrics say
‘DON’T YOU EVER LEAVE ME SOLO OR DISAPPOINT ME WITH THESE BASIC HOES
YOU MAKE MY HEART GO LOKO LOKO. UTAWAPA MISEMO WA NOKO NOKO.’
The song is a hit and is currently marking over a million views on Youtube thanks to Diamond.
Although the song comes with a message of pure unbreakable love between the celebrity couple, critics did not fail to notice the flaws of their music video.
Tanasha and Diamond have been accused of stealing a video concept from a celebrated Brazillian singer Isabela Cristina who is known for her stage name Iza.
Iza became a big name after recording cover songs of artists such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Sam Smith on her self-titled YouTube channel.￼
The couple sampled the video concept from Iza’s hit song dubbed ‘Brisa’ which has 83 million views on Youtube and was released 10 months ago.
‘Gere’ which is one of Tanasha’s song off her recently launched EP captures Jamaican theme colors with a background set up and costumes which is a copy-paste of Iza’s video idea.
The realization of this sampled content has sparked mixed reactions from fans who have questioned the creativity of the duo.
This is however not the first time that Diamond has been on the spot for sampling ideas and creativity of other artists.
Some of his songs he was accused of copying whether, in video concept, lyrics and beats include Kwangwaru, Inama, and Tetema.
Listen to the jam below